“Established in 2009 in Los Angeles by young Korean traditional musicians to present the new vision of Korean traditional performing art to the States. “Ye Rak”, means by making a consists of Korean traditional instruments as well as western instruments such as cello, flute and drum to bring fresh interesting to metro area.
[ye:rak] will present the performances using the traditional Korean instruments in a contemporary music setting.
Join us for a musical experience that features mix of European classical and western instruments, that create distinctive lyrical sounds with a universal appeal.”
“Bea Roberts, author of Vanishing Traditions: Textiles and Treasures from Southwest China, speaks on the village life, traditional customs and costumes of the people of Guizhou. Program is co-sponsored by TGLAinc.
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“Artist and photographer Luther Gerlach leads a live demonstration of the early photographic process as seen in the current exhibition Through the Colonial Lens. He will share his collection of large format cameras and develop a wet plate image in the courtyard.”
“Happy Birthday! It’s the museum’s 40th anniversary, and we will be celebrating with a pan-cultural birthday party. Come enjoy fun crafts, performances, demonstrations, hands-on activities and of course free admission to the galleries.”
“Enjoy stories from China with everyone’s favorite storyteller Sunny Stevenson, plus a fun craft, Asian snacks and a balloon.”
“This summer’s film series explores India’s colonial era as depicted in the photos of Through the Colonial Lens. Our first film, Junoon, captures the Uprising (or Mutiny, to the British) of 1857 through the eyes of one of its leaders, played by the legendary Shashi Kapoor. Screened under the stars in the museum courtyard, with an introduction by Dr. Priya Jaikumar of the USC School of Cinematic Arts.”